We’ve taken a few favourite ingredients such as chorizo, garlic prawns and cherry tomatoes , and turned them into a risotto that thinks its a paella.
Category: Risotto Recipes
Once you have a good risotto base you can add all sorts of different ingredients like beetroot, chicken and those forgotten veggies in the back of the fridge.
Lobster risotto is a fantastic way to use the meat from the bodies of lobsters, as well as the shells. It is a great second-day dish after you feast on the tails and claws – although this risotto is traditionally done in Sardinia with spiny lobsters, which have no claws.
This mushroom risotto with a hit of Japanese miso is all about umami. What’s that? The fifth “savoury” taste. The Italians get it from Parmesan and anchovies, and Asian cuisines from soy and miso. Mushrooms have it in spades, so get this satisfying vegetarian dinner started by pan-frying them, add garlic and spring onion, then stir in arborio rice.
Dig into this fantastic vegetarian risotto loaded with toasty flavours from roasted sweet potato, caramelised leek and sautéed mushrooms. A double dose of Parmesan ensures a sensational creamy finish.